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Garry Steven "Steve" CLARK

New Hope Cemetery
Cooke County,

Steve Clark, age 63, of Flower Mound, passed away June 16, 2016, at his home.
He was born September 19, 1952 in Long Beach, California to Calvin J. Clark and Emma Ruth Hancock Clark. Steve was a member of Lakeland Baptist Church in Lewisville and worked as a software engineer for CTC and Fluke Networks.
Steve accepted Jesus as his Lord over 30 years ago and has been steadfast ever since. He read his Bible daily, had a true servant’s heart and cared for all those in his family. He was one of the most unselfish people that we have ever known. Each family member and friend could relate countless stories of how Steve loved and worked in their lives, far too many to relate here. In his last years, his greatest desire was to share the Gospel of Jesus and that all of his own family would come to not only know Jesus but have a steadfast relationship with Him. He longed for them to love and trust Jesus until the very end as he did.
Steve will be deeply missed but is receiving the reward that he has sought for decades, to see his Lord Jesus in all of His Glory and Power and Majesty! He knew that the end of this life is the True Beginning of eternity.
He is survived by his son, Josh Clark and wife, Christi; grandchildren, Kourtnie Taylor, Coty Taylor, Garritt Taylor, Emmalee Clark and Noah Clark and sisters, Donna Clark, Teri Jackson and Cindy Compton.

Contributed on 9/23/19 by dshw
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Submitted: 9/23/19 • Approved: 9/23/19 • Last Updated: 9/26/19 • R204869-G0-S3

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